We strongly encourage everyone to vote on November 8th. Every polling site should be accessible.

If you experience difficulties casting your vote call the disability specific hotlines or general voting hotlines below for assistance.

  Information Alert: Voting Day Hotlines for Polling Place and Voter Issues
It is every voter's right to cast a private and independent ballot during early voting or on Election Day.

Issues can arise making this difficult, for instance polling place inaccessibility, confusing voter identification requirements, and fraudulent red white and blue VOTEelection monitoring practices. It is important to know that there are a number of hotlines dedicated to addressing these problems (and others) that can help voters know their rights and resources and cast their ballots. 
Disability Specific Hotlines
Many state-level protection and advocacy organizations (P&A) run hotlines to address voting barriers that specifically affect voters with disabilities, and can help to address issues such as inaccessible polling places, poll workers who are uninformed about voters with disabilities or accessible equipment, and other disability specific barriers to voting.
Already in this election, voters with disabilities have experienced inaccessibility at early voting sites, and the prompt action of hotlines like that of Disability Rights Texas have been able to help affected voters ensure that they are able to cast their ballots.
If you experience a problem in the state of  New York call: Disability Rights New York (800) 993-8982.  For a list of P&A hotlines by state click here.
General Voting Hotlines
The  Election Protection Coalition, a nonpartisan coalition that works year-round to protect your right to vote, facilitates a number of hotlines that provide guidance and information to callers facing any sort of problem or complication at the polls, or who simply have questions about their voting rights.
They provide the following hotlines: 
866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) - English - Led by the Lawyers' Committee
888-Ve-Y-VOTA (888-839-8682 - Bilingual: English & Spanish - Led NALEO Education Fund
888-API-VOTE (888-274-8683) - Bilingual: English, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Bengali, Urdu and Tagalog - Led by APIAVote and Asian Americans Advancing Justice-AAJC

Westchester Independent Living Center 

a not-for-profit, community based, consumer directed organization

dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with disabilities

Core Services

 Benefits/Entitlements, Info/Referrals, Community Outreach, Peer Advisement
Independent Living Skills, Individual & Systems Advocacy
Deaf Services, Equal Access

WIlC and PILS have many FREE programs
at both centers